Name: Ice spider
Skin color: White
Homeworld: Maldo Kreis
Habitat: Ice caves
Bite: Ice Spiders have a mouth full of sharp teeth which can give a dangerous bite, which does Str+1D Damage. This damage depends on the creatures size (see below).
Webbing: Ice Spiders can fire webbing from their mouths, which can hold targets in place, the amount and strength of this webbing depends on the size of the Ice Spider (see below), and takes 1 round and an opposed strength roll to remove, which means smaller Ice Spiders can jam up weapons and prove quite the annoyance.
Size: Ice Spiders come in many sizes from the tiny (0.1 meters) to the fairly massive (20 meters), and as they increase in size, they also increase in Scale. With the tiny ones 0.1-1 meters being Character Scale, 1-5 meters Speeder Scale, 5-15 Meters Walker Scale, and the massive ones being Starfighter Scale, and being capable of doing large damage even if they are quite clumsy due to their size.
Size: 0.1 - 20 meters
Description: The ice spider was a species of spider lived in ice caves on Maldo Kreis. The spiders ranged in size from very small to starship-sized, and attacked Din Djarin's ship, the Razor Crest, after Grogu consumed one of the eggs found in the planet's ice caverns. Unlike most spiders, their head was in the center of their body, hanging downward and ending in a circular mouth comprised of outer, grasping teeth and inner rows of smaller teeth, presumably to grind up their prey. They could produce and shoot webbing from their mouths and they had green blood. The species laid soft-shelled eggs in which their young would hatch. The eggs themselves were filled with green juices, slime, and webbing, and were edible by Yoda's species. While larger members of the species were likely immune to blaster fire due to their tough, leathery skin, their young could be killed with most common weapons or even by hand, as demonstrated by Din Djarin crushing a spider that tried to attack him with his bare hand. The larger, mature ice spider had eight legs, while the smaller, younger creatures had only six legs.